Mar 7, 2013 10:00am PST
-- mercedes another case a couple of years ago, 2007 or so out of san francisco zoo, where three boys were there, one was killed, two others sued and that wound up settling, but is there any sort of a crackdown now on these facilities who harbored these animals which are inherently dangerous at the top of the food chain and predictable behavior? >> great point, our firm actually represented the san francisco zoo and the partners represented the zoo and frankly, it is that. we have to protect not only the animals, but obviously t the-- what type of training do you give any volunteer that in this particular case the volunteers, but access how large when you have these moats where the cats are, and how many moments do you have? not many. >> megyn: you need to protect the workers and you need to protect the animals. this cat did what lions do. >> exactly. >> here is this facility passed several numerous inspections five times. >> megyn: something went wrong on this day and. thank you so much, we'll be right back.
Mar 6, 2013 10:00am PST
work, now lighting up san francisco bay. jenna's old home, 25,000 lights, painting a very pretty display on the san francisco oakland bay bridge. 500 feet high and 1.8 miles long. it's an 8 million dollar light show, it will continue every night for the next two years. the western span of the bridge. the eastern span is being replaced after being damaged in the earthquake 24 years ago, 1989. remember that world series? work on the bridge scheduled to be finished later this year in time for labor day. >> we're trying to figure out who paid for the art work and haven't seen the answer. >> hope it's not the federal budget. >> it's a beautiful bay without the lights, but the lights are pretty cool. >> take a picture next time you're home. >> i will. >> thank you for joining us. >> "america live" starts right n now. >> megyn: fox news extreme weather alert to begin the hour. winter saving the worst for last. possibly the big s storm of the season blanketing the mid was and now hammering parts of the east coast in washington d.c., and the nation's business ground to a near halt. federa
Mar 26, 2013 10:00am PDT
're getting better and san francisco right next door to alameda county, the county administrator, city administrator makes. >> megyn: 161, 162. >> 153. and she's 62 years old and lifetime experts believe she'll live to be in her 80's. total, total. what the county owes her is going to be $9,284,000. >> megyn: unreal. how did she get -- how did this happen? like did she negotiate this? is this just, this is just the way that she got, putting aside the bonus issue? >> and she's been there 38 years, as you step up, the contracts read that you step up a salary and then there are added bonuses, longevity pay, all of these things add up into this. her base is 300 some odd thousand, but she gets all of these additions into this and base salary and they have to pay it in perpetuity. forever. >> megyn: more than our president makes. okay. >> and the president makes 400,000, i was going to put that up, but everybody knows that. >> megyn: the president of the united states is getting paid less than the county administrator in alameda county and we leave it at that. i'm sure she's very busy, howev
Mar 12, 2013 10:00am PDT
: look at those pictures. remember that, san francisco in '89? the aftermath of the quake that struck the pay area, telling nearly 70 people. now, some experts are warning of a potential disaster after a series of earthquakes shook portions of southern california yesterday. trace gallagher has the very latest on that live from l.a. trace? >> reporter: yeah, "america live" on the air, we had the cluster of earthquakes, back-to-back to back, it was in palm springs, you could feel them in san diego county, orange county, the strongest to hit southern california in more than three years. usgs finally came to 4.7 magnitude of those. no real damage, no injuries. that's the good news. the bad news, some believe this wasn't a stand alone quake, but a foreshock of something bigger. listen. >> and it's possible that there will be larger events, always a 5% chance that one of these events is a foreshock to a larger earthquake. and so the theme of this, we live in earthquake country, if we live in southern california. we need to be prepared. >> reporter: here is the deal. here is the reason beca